Our CEO is renowned for being a loose cannon - his attitude and personality are near bi-polar. Today he threw a paper at me and told me "I can f*** his wife, I can f*** his girlfriend, and I can f*** him but never f*ck my business." His use of physical action (throwing a paper at me) and screaming were uncalled for. I have been fired/rehired previously over a similar tiny issue. This was regarding a single typo in a client-facing document. His unusual behavior is fueled by a tumultuous divorce in which he stands to lose half of his company. I was hired by his soon-to-be ex-wife. This may be retaliation for a request to work remotely up to 40% of the time - a proposal that didn't go so well. Does this qualify as harassment and am I able to proceed with this as a harassment suit?